“A hilariously searing critique of who we are and how we survive in a modern world.”
—Lauren Sarazen, Shondaland
Who knew what was true.The sheer density of information and misinformation at the End, encapsulated in news articles and message-board theories and clickbait traps that had propagated hysterically through retweets and shares, had effectively rendered us more ignorant, more helpless, more innocent in our stupidity.
We Googled is there a god, clicked I’m Feeling Lucky, and were directed to a suicide hotline site.
The first place you live alone, away from your family, he said, is the first place you become a person, the first place you become yourself.
“Gripping and original.”